Welcome to Walker Community!

Located in the Bradshaw Mountains, south of Prescott, AZ, Walker Community is an old mining district, filled with history. It’s named after Joseph Walker, mountain man, explorer, and guide. He led a party to this valley to discover gold in the summer of 1863.

Today, the valley is filled with rustic cabins and elegant homes. There’s a vibrant community of people here, with an active social calendar. Some live here full-time, while others have second homes here.

Everyone loves it here. The community is great, with pancake breakfasts and things like that.

We’re all friends, (except for a few crazy ones.)

Internet is best by https://www.walkerwifi.com/. They are solid and dependable, with fast speeds and no data limits.

Cell phone is best through “Call by WiFi” on your phone, through your personal router connected to Walker WiFi.

Verizon does the best straight cell service, but it’s dicey. The higher you go, the better cell reception you get.

TV is by satellite or streaming Internet. We have DirectTV.

We are unincorporated, so the building department is through the county, not Prescott city.

Water is from wells or hauled water. Wells can be private or shared by multiple parcels.

There are a few companies that haul water, and a few more that drill and maintain wells.

The higher the parcel, the better the view, and the farther you have to drill for water, and the more you pay for the well.

Everything is on septic. Make sure you get a permit from the county, which will mandate set backs and other stuff.

Trash collection is dumpsters at the fire station. You pay a yearly fee for the combination to the locks to dump your trash.

Mail delivery is at group mailboxes around the area. FedEx and UPS deliver to your door in most places out here.

We personally have a PO Box in town for important stuff. That’s a personal preference.

Here’s a list of people that provide services in Walker: https://www.walkercommunity.com/walker-information/

Here’s a list of all of the property for sale in Walker, houses and land, although you can filter that.

Walker Webcams Provided by Walker Wifi Internet Service

Walker Community News

Walker Day is June 18th

Walker Day is the single BIGGEST fundraiser of the season. This event it is
a giant yard sale with items that are donated from the community. Walker
Day draws people from all over including our community, Prescott Valley,
Prescott, etc.
This year’s Walker Day takes place at the Walker Fire Station on
Saturday, June 18th, 2022 – 11am to 2 pm (Yard Sale from 9 am to 1 pm).
Come join us for some good old-fashioned family fun and live entertainment
among the beautiful cool pines. Help us to raise funds for our local
volunteer fire association!
The community yard sale always has a large amount of […]

By |June 1st, 2022|WFPA|

WFPA Annual Meeting Voting Results

There were 4 openings on the Board this time. 3 incumbents were running, along with 3 new candidates, plus one was nominated from the floor during the meeting.

The official email from the WFPA:

Yesterday, May 28th, was the WFPA Annual Meeting. It was nice to see
several community members tossing their names in the running for the
election this year. The association runs because of the time and efforts of
the volunteers. The WFPA Board Meetings are always open to the community
and attendance is encouraged.

The Elections were held and below is a report of the outcome.

Clyde McKay – 119
Bill Loughrige – […]

By |May 28th, 2022|WFPA|

Stage 2 Fire Restrictions in Effect May 26, 2022 at 8:00 a.m.

Forest Order No. 03-09-00-22-08

Click to access fseprd1027334.pdf


Click to access fseprd1027335.pdf

The following are prohibited:

1. Fires, campfires, charcoal, coal and wood stoves (except using a device that is solely fueled by liquid petroleum or LPG fuels that can be turned immediately on and off with no remaining burning material).

2. Smoking (except within an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area at least 3 feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of any flammable material).

3. Operating a chainsaw or other equipment powered by an internal combustion engine from the hours of 9 a.m. to 8 […]

By |May 26th, 2022|Walker Community|

WFPA Annual Meeting (Another Note)

We get email.

As promised I’m going to trying send reminders about the Annual Meeting
every couple of days.


Will be an issue, remember. The Walker Church (always a very supportive
group for the WFPA) has offered their property for people to park. It’s
up the Sunday School Road just south of the Fire Station across Lynx Creek.
It will be a little bit of a walk and it would be nice if we can get a few
volunteers with Side by Side ATV’s to help transport people back and
forth. Our Board members will be busy preparing for the meeting so
additional help will be needed. […]

By |May 22nd, 2022|WFPA|

Annual Meeting Thoughts by Conrad Walton

Next Saturday is the Annual WFPA Meeting, where the Board of Directors are voted on.

This year, there are 4 openings, and only 3 of the current board members are running for re-election.

They do a great job, and work hard. I appreciate everything they do.

You don’t see me out there, working on the board, so I’m very grateful that someone else does the hard work.

Normally, it seems like the same dedicated people volunteer over and over, and no one new ever volunteers.

This year, per the newsletter, there are 3 NEW PEOPLE volunteering to work on the […]

By |May 21st, 2022|Walker Community|

WFPA Spring Newsletter

We get email.

On a personal note, I’ve had the pleasure of publishing the WFPA newsletter for the last 3 years.

It’s a lot of work, and frustration, to get all the moving pieces together and put on paper.

I’ve been getting busier with real estate this year. I decided let go of the task and let someone else do it.

Clyde McKay graciously volunteered to take on the task, and I owe him a huge debt of thanks for doing that.

It’s a lot of hard work, and it’s not easy, but I’m sure he’ll do a great job with […]

By |May 21st, 2022|WFPA|

Annual Meeting Thoughts by Bill Loughrige

We get mail.

Short version is that parking will be tough, and the newsletter won’t arrive to you in time.

Bring food.

The WFPA Annual Meeting is a week from tomorrow May 28th. Check in
starting at 8:15 a.m. to get your ballot. Meeting starts at 9:00 a.m.
Hopefully over at 10:00 a.m. except for counting the ballots.

There is going to be a terrific challenge this year. The Chip and Haul
material is still blocking our parking lot. That means finding a parking
space will be difficult.

We will be brainstorming parking possibilities and let you know suggested

The Newsletter will most likely not […]

By |May 20th, 2022|WFPA|

Agenda for the WFPA 2022 Annual Meeting

We get email.

Short version is the Annual WFPA Meeting is next Saturday and you should go vote for the Board of Directors.

Just a reminder the Annual Meeting will be held Saturday, May 28, 2022 from
9-11:00 a.m. at the Walker Fire House with credentialing starting at 8:30
a.m. Please plan to attend or provide your proxy to someone who is. We
need 75 Members present for a quorum.

Election of Board Members
Please check the name you would like to see elected to the Board of
Directors. You can vote for no more than four people including any
“Write-In’s” If left blank the Proxy […]

By |May 19th, 2022|WFPA|

WFPA New Targeted Fund Raising Drive

We get email.

The short version is that WFPA is raising money to buy a new fire truck.

Go to their web site and donate now. https://walkerfire.org/

The WFPA Board of Directors has authorized a targeted fund-raising drive to
buy a Type 3 fire apparatus. Type 3’s capabilities offer a great mix of a
structure truck and wildland truck which is a great match for a community
like ours that is in the wildland urban interface (WUI).

For the last few years, the WFPA Board of Directors has been developing a
plan to replace our older equipment. For instance, we have a […]

By |May 16th, 2022|WFPA|

Walker Woman Killed in ATV Accident on Big Bug Mesa Road

I am so sorry to find out about this loss of a Walker resident.

My wife and I were coming home from dinner in town and got stopped in traffic at the fire station. We had to wait for over an hour to wait for the helicopter to take off. At first, I was impatient, but as the time grew longer, I realized that they were probably taking their time to work on someone, and that this was serious.

I want to point out that this is what we donate money to Walker Fire for. We have the ability to land […]

By |May 14th, 2022|Walker Community|
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